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 on: July 13, 2019, 07:01:40 07:01 
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NoteI'm a hobbyist specializing in PIC-assembler, PIC-C and Proteus ISIS/ARES. Have a lot of ideas to share.

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 on: July 12, 2019, 06:57:41 06:57 
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Notei do a fair bit of reverse engineering, mainly firmware, i am currently reverse engineering the firmware running on a pic18 chip for personal uses

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 on: July 11, 2019, 10:29:37 10:29 
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Take advantage of the snow.

https://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/best-in-snow-new-scientific-device-creates-electricity-from-snowfall

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 on: July 10, 2019, 05:46:03 17:46 
Started by zac - Last post by LabVIEWguru
How about 1, 2 or 4 pulleys near the center of the roof and the same number of pulleys aligned on the eves (or lower). The rope (or whatever) runs under and over the solar panels forming a loop. Aluminum tubing has "something" to offset it from the face of the panels and the rope runs through the cross-section of the tubing and is affixed there. Plexiglas and a bunch of self-taping screws and you have a squeegee. You could run another loop down (or bicycle chain) to a crank near the door to run the squeegee "down," then back "up" to the stops at the top. If you have much snow at all, once you get it moving it's going to slide off the panels. If you have a small motor around, you could use something with teeth to pull the chain... then you could add microswitches... or a microcontroller to count revolutions and return it to the top... and an IR sensor so you just point your remote out your window to activate it...

sorry.. maybe I was getting carried away...

How about, I think it's called "cove base" or "cove molding" for the blade of your squeegee? I think it's 4 or 6 inches high and made from some type of heavy rubber. it would actually wipe snow and moisture from the face of your array. Your wife will adore you for your ingenuity.

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